Good podcast artwork has “curb appeal.”

Have you ever noticed how house flipping reality shows spruce up the exterior of a dwelling before trying to resell it? Sometimes it’s simple fixes like weeding the garden and planting a few new bushes. Other times it’s more extreme and involves installing new doors and windows and more.

The reason renovators do this is that they know the importance of curb appeal and how it sells houses.

By increasing the curb appeal of a house, they increase their chances that people will want to know what the dwelling offers on the inside.

The same principle applies to your podcast. The “curb appeal” of your podcast cover artwork should make people curious as to what your show can offer them.

Your podcast cover artwork serves one purpose, to entice people to press play and listen to your show. If your artwork fails to pique someone’s curiosity, they’ll quickly move on to the next show in your niche without giving yours a second thought.

That’s why your podcast cover artwork needs “curb appeal.” It should have a professional look that says you take your show seriously. Because if your podcast artwork looks amateurish and unprofessional, people will presume your podcast is amateurish and unprofessional, and they’ll skip over your show in search of a different one.

Don’t risk losing potential listeners. Make sure your podcast cover artwork has a professional design with “curb appeal” that makes people want to press play and listen.

*Featured Photo by Austin Distel on Unsplash

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